A Bright, Caribbean Style Wedding at The Atrium in Prospect, Pennsylvania

Heather Suddoth (27 and works in marketing) and Joey Campisi (28 and an accountant) bonded while playing on the same office softball team that Heather

Heather Suddoth (27 and works in marketing) and Joey Campisi (28 and an accountant) bonded while playing on the same office softball team that Heather organized. They got to know each other during company happy hours and began dating after a weekend paintball tournament. After two years of dating, Joey and Heather went on their annual trip to Bushkill Falls. During their walk through the park, it took Joey three attempts before he was finally able to muster the courage for a full proposal, saying “If you’ll let me, I’d love to make you as happy as you make me for the rest of our lives.” The couple had their marriage at The Atrium in Prospect, PA, a venue that Heather had discovered while researching venues for her junior prom way back when. Their wedding was Caribbean themed with an orange and turquoise color scheme. Their bold invitations were modern with bright sans serif font. The ceremony was held in a glass atrium, and the reception was in the bright banquet hall. Flower arrangements at the wedding included bright bouquets of lilies, proteas and roses. The bride wore cool turquoise cowboy boots instead of the traditional wedding heels. Heather and Joey had a popcorn and candy bar at their reception. This vivid and whimsical wedding brought fun island vibes to small town Pennsylvania.

Heather and Joey's modern orange and turquoise wedding invitations with clean lines and sans serif font made a bold statement
Custom Diamond Embellished White Gold Ring With a Solitaire Diamond
Heather wore a mermaid style, ivory Demetrios wedding dress with a sweetheart neckline, ruching in the bodice and cascading layers in the skirt.
Instead of the traditional wedding heels, Heather opted for cool turquoise cowboy boots. Her bouquet consisted of bright pink and orange roses, proteas and lilies.
Heather wore a hair accessory designed by Mariell, who also designed her custom veil. she also wore vintage style drop gemstone earrings.
The bridesmaids wore one-shoulder, turquoise dresses by Jim Hjelm.
Since orange is Joey's favorite color, he elected to wear an orange boutonniere, tie and pocket square. He also wore orange socks.
Groomsmen in Grey Suits and Orange Ties
Bride and Groom at Caribbean Themed Wedding
The ceremony venue was a glass atrium with white walls. Heather and Joey decorated the venue with orange ribbons and green bouquets that popped against the white background.
Popcorn and Candy Bar
The three tier ivory wedding cake was decorated with orange and turquoise fondant flowers and surrounded by cupcakes. The flavor was almond vanilla cake with raspberry preserve filling. The Precious Moments cake topper featured a loving couple in their getaway car.
Heather gave her bridesmaids customized champagne flutes with turquoise dresses and their monograms printed on them.
First Dance at Caribbean Themed Wedding